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From: "Eugene Stackhouse" <>
Subject: Re: [ORIGINAL-13] Johannes Bleijckers/Bleickers/Blaker
Date: Wed, 13 Jul 2005 07:53:07 -0400
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He is a puzzle. I haven't had time to get into that family.

Gene Stackhouse, Germantown
Happiness is a full beer fridge.

>From: "Hank Stuebing" <>
>Subject: Re: [ORIGINAL-13] Johannes Bleijckers/Bleickers/Blaker
>Date: Wed, 13 Jul 2005 05:15:49 -0400
>Thanks Gene! I hadn't seen that reference. It seems
>consistent with:
>Niepoth, Wilhelm; translated by John Brockie Lukens
>The Ancestry of the Thirteen Krefeld Emigrants of 1683
>(from Family History: Pennsylvania Genealogies #1,
>pre-1600s to 1900s FTM CD #163, ISBN 1-886914-79-6)
>The reference to "Rebecca" was from page 82 of McCracken,
>The Welcome Claimants...
>It seems that by 1700 Johannes had a wife named "Judith",
>who only attended some of his children's marriages.
>Hank Stuebing
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